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Biaggi Defends Lorenzo – He is the Only One Who in the Márquez Era Has Won a Championship

The month of August goes a long way in the MotoGP Championship. The return of the holiday break usually brings important news and some details of the next season are finished.

The month of August goes a long way in the MotoGP Championship. The return of the holiday break usually brings important news and some details of the next season are finished. This year has been the case of rumors for the possible return of Jorge Lorenzo to Ducati and the departure of Johann Zarco from KTM.

In a publication on his social media channels, Max Biaggi has commented that the reasons and motives that have caused Zarco to make that decision are justified and that the Frenchman has risked by quitting “a great job for next year with the difficulty of finding a free motorcycle in MotoGP ”.

The Italian has publicly shown his admiration for Zarco for the decision he has made, noting that “he has had a lot of courage, but above all, he has been very sincere. Sincerity in such a competitive world is of a brave person. ”

Biaggi is one of those who best know Jorge Lorenzo. The Italian has analyzed the situation in which the Spaniard is, and what would entail a possible return to Ducati: “I think that a return of Jorge on a motorcycle, with which he has been very competitive, would have been positive for the championship and for Ducati, although it is better for him to stay where he is. ”

The owner of the Sterilgarda Max Racing Team of Moto3 has wanted to defend the Spaniard and still shows his confidence in Jorge Lorenzo despite having one of his worst sporting streaks: “It is necessary to find a strong protagonist like Jorge, the only one in the era of Márquez who has won a championship. ”

Finally, the possible return of the Ducati exploit to the factory of Borgo Panigale is quite complicated since at the moment he has an agreement with another brand: “obviously these agreements with the presence of another contract is mostly complicated,” concluded Biaggi.